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Table 2 Summary statistics for polymorphism in apicoplast genomes (28.7 bp)

From: Babesia microti from humans and ticks hold a genomic signature of strong population structure in the United States

Statistic All Wisconsin Martha’s Vineyard/Cape Cod Northeast
No. Samples 25 2 3 20
No. polymorphic (segregating) sites, S 167 42 4 21
No. haplotypes, h 17 2 3 12
Haplotype (gene) diversity, Hd 0.943 1 1 0.911
Std. dev, haplotype diversity 0.031 0.5 0.272 0.045
Nucleotide diversity, Pi 1.14E-03 1.47E-03 9.00E-05 1.60E-04
Std. dev, Pi 3.90E-04 7.30E-04 3.00E-05 2.00E-05
Watterson’s theta (per site) 1.55E-03 1.47E-03 8.00E-05 2.10E-04
Std. dev, Watterson’s theta 5.00E-04 1.10E-06 7.00E-05 8.00E-05
Fu & Li’s D 0.014 § - - −1.219 §
Fu & Li’s F −0.582 § - - −1.279 §
Tajima’s D −1.57 § - - −1.567 §
  1. Measures of diversity for all sampled Babesia microti and the three clades identified in the Bayesian phylogeny (Fig. 2). Statistics require sample size > 4 and are therefore not determined for populations from Midwest and Martha’s Vineyard/Cape Cod
  2. § Fu & Li’s D, Fu & Li’s F and Tajima’s D test statistics are non-significant (p-values > 0.10)